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A thread dedicated to Discussion, Problems, News and OC stuff around MSI RTX 2080 Ti Lightning. Will be updated constantly.// Info about MSI RTX 2080 Ti Lightning // - Uses custom PCB (3x 8Pin), basically reference but with digital ICs : 8-Phase MP2888 and MP2884. Can handle up to 700A on LN2- Samsung GDDR6 instead of Micron, clocks better with also improved timings (depends on used BIOS)- Beefy cooling solution, though I recommend using watercooling as Turing full boost is under 60C.- Stock LN2 bios allows voltage change for vMem (memory voltage) and AUXs voltages (PLLs) those two are not necessary unless on LN2.- Max power limit is set to 380W with 108% set in Afterburner its 400W max, NDA LN2 bios is fully unlocked with up to 1000W power limit. Also Core Voltage is unlocked (Custom Afterburner (ABX) needed!!!)OC Guide :(Will be updated as soon as I gather enough info and experience on cold)Issues :MSI card somehow is scanning everything on PCB, checking for "dead" voltages or malfunctions and if it detects something like an unplugged fan (my case because I'm on waterblock) it goes into safe mode.Please use this BIOS to fix this : https://www.dropbox.com/s/8s0vewi7gg...RF_Ln2.7z?dl=0Few words from me :1) If u want higher power limit or LN2 NDA bios with ABX don't bother unless you're LN2 overclocker, it's extremely hard to get hold of this, also u will need Guide from MSI for HW mods which are needed in order to unlock card.2) There is a work-around for power limit, you will need to flash BIOS with high-power limit - Galax OC Lab 2000W works fine with card, Core voltage is up to 1.2V.-- If you want to ask or discuss, please comment below this thread, thanks for reading and lets all have fun with this card ! --
Hello, I just recently tested two Galax OC Lab Edition RTX 2080 Ti in NVLink and on Waterblock with no Liquid Nitrogen the card passed Time Spy Extreme benchmark with 2115 Mhz on Ambient Tempetature. I was expecting 2200 Mhz or 2250 Mhz. https://youtu.be/39A7sRVzWi8 Does anyone know if removing these jumpers removes the Nvidia Power Limit on this GPU? I am including a picture as an attachment. Thank you, -Miguel
Hi all, I bought my new laptop but has serious problem W/it. the laptop contains: i7 8750H, RTX2060, 8GB RAM. When I play games with the laptop, the CPU temperature goes on 90-100C and makes blue screen on it. I already did undervolting but It is same or little better(Still blue screen) I bought it to play games, but awkwardly I can not play any games...... Plz help this CPU newbie